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Pet-Friendly Cleaning Products

December 30, 2014

We use spas, scrubs, and detoxing diets to remove harmful chemicals from our bodies, so it’s only natural to protect pets from certain cleaning products to have them free from those chemicals, as well. Some products that are available from the drugstore or grocery normally pose no threat to humans, but affecting pets quite differently. Here are a few cleaning products that are great for the home and easy on your pets: Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner This spray comes from a Vermont-based company, so you may have to order a case online as it’s not stocked by most chain stores. They’re a company dedicated to being environmentally friendly while being effective to protect you and your family from germs.…

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6 of the Best Cleaning Hacks

December 9, 2014

While hiring professional help is always the preferred method, every once in a while cleaning can be used as a soothing therapy that you’d prefer to do yourself. If you’re looking to get down to the nitty gritty on your own but don’t generally do your own cleaning, it’s likely that you’re going to have to buy yourself a few products to get your house spick and span. With the help of some inexpensive and environmentally friendly cleaning hacks, you can feel good about these convenient and clever cleaning tricks! Those Mysterious Stains on your Pots and Pans Washing them with soap and water gets them clean enough for use, but you’ll never be able to dangle them from wall…

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What’s the Cleanest City in Canada?

November 27, 2014

If somebody asked you what the cleanest city in Canada is, what would you guess? We’re willing to bet the answer will shock most people! It’s natural to think of cities on the coast where the ocean breeze is fresh and the sky is clear, but the real answer is actually a largely populous: Calgary! This is surprising when you consider that the city is in the centre of the oil and gas industry, and is dense with factories. Additionally having Alberta being atop Canada’s ranking for disposable solid waste per capita (at more than 2000 pounds per person) makes this clean city even more ironic. Nevertheless, it doesn’t change the fact that Calgary is the cleanest city in Canada.…

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